New York City little known points of interest

So Many Changes

Just walked through my old neighborhood in Harlem. So many places I grew up visiting are gone-places to eat, building where I spent my early years, places of entertainment. Some of it is progress. Some of it feels like rape.

August 25, 2014 Posted by | General, Harlem | , , , | Leave a comment

Let’s hang out.

If you have not decided what to do, where to go on New Year’s eve, check out The Red Rooster in Harlem.


“New Year’s Eve” – The Red Rooster!

Friday, December 31 through Saturday, January 1, 2011


Red Rooster is open and is thriving!

For this New Year’s Eve, we’re hosting our first Annual Red Rooster New Year’s Eve Celebration, and I invite you to join with your friends and family.

Join us as we ring in the New Year with DJ Cosi and special guest musical performances upstairs and downstairs.

Call to book your tickets, space is limited: 212-792-9001.

  • A 3-course, prix fixe menu is available with a Champagne toast for $95.
  • The entertainment and open bar from 11pm to 2 am is $75.



December 29, 2010 Posted by | General | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment